Welcome to Alexa Claire Boutique and Tux Shop
Alexa Claire Boutique and Tux Shop is family owned and operated since 1972, serving Southwest Michigan from Kalamazoo to Chicago. Whether you are looking for wedding attire, formalwear or dresses for black tie events, prom, cocktail party, rehearsal dinner, mother of the bride/groom, and guest of the wedding, or any other social occasion, you will find a beautiful selection at our boutique. The boutique carries award-winning designer bridesmaids gown selections from Bill Levkoff, After Six, Dessy Collection by Vivian Diamond, Alfred Sung, and Allure Bridesmaids. We offer an in-house Rewards Package that allows for significant savings.
Weddings are our specialty; by combining bridesmaids and tuxedoes, the bride and groom can coordinate their wedding fashions in one location. No matter how big or small your budget is, we’ll find that perfect look for you. Do you have out-of-town attendants? NO PROBLEM. They can be measured close to home and submit their measurements to us directly from our website or call them in. We will take care of everything from there and their tuxedo will be ready when they arrive in town. FREE Groom’s tuxedo with EVERY 5 paid.
Formally known as The Tux Shop, the boutique offers the best selection of designer tuxedoes such as Calvin Klein, After Six, and Jean Yves, to name a few, as well as suits. We own over 1500 tuxedoes and have a large selection of vest styles and colors for easy coordination all in our store. Perfect for prom! We can also special order items you don’t see on our website. Our tuxedoes have attended many events over the years, including Presidential Inaugurations, the Muhammad Ali dedication, NASCAR Awards Ceremony, Miss America Pageant, Miss Michigan Pageant, The James Beard Awards, logo in the movie The Hangover, and have been worn by several professional athletes. But, the most important event is yours!
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Ever wonder what the meaning is behind the phrase “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”? This tradition comes from an Old English rhyme (“Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, a Sixpence in your shoe”), and the four objects that the bride adds to her wedding outfit or carries with her on the big day are just good luck charms.